Okay, everyone knows procrastination is bad, bad, bad. In 99% of cases, procrastinators end up hating themselves for wasting the precious time they could have spent doing absolutely anything else containing any ounce of productiveness. The 1% of the time in which they ace the paper/project/test etc. is a 100% fluke. Read More
In the previous post, I discussed how making a professional-looking Facebook profile is important for employers who want tosee a more personal side to you as a candidate. LinkedIn is a totally different animal. This is a strictly business-oriented, insanely useful networking site that not only provides information to an employer, but can also help you to trackone down. Here are some helpful steps to navigating this goldmine of potential job opportunities. Read More
Everyone’s heard of the typical lions, tigers, bears, and eagles mascots. Those are fierce and all, but lack a sense of, well, surprise. The best way to discombobulate a rival school’s sports teamis to whip out an unintimidating mascot that implies little ability to competein any sort of battle. Oftentimes, based on their deep-rooted history in the college, unique mascots strengthen the sense of community among students. These top four most original and outrageous college mascots rebel against the usual frightening animals and exhibit their own peculiar, butloveable, characteristics. Read More
There are the obvious ways to make money: by getting a job. It never hurts to make some extra cash on the side by taking some creative liberties. Here are some fun ways to pay for that coveted college education. Read More
You’re young and you’re finally fed up photoshopping your friends’ heads on movie superhero characters and sea creatures. You’re ready for a real job. But where to start?
All of the seminars and courses I’ve attended have one solid piece of advice in common: market yourself. Read More
Ever crash into that big, blank writing wall and feel like every ounce of imagination is just out of reach? Don’t panic, that’s normal and there’s an extremely easy way to fix this brain malfunction: positivity. Read More